Date(s) - 10/31
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Whalehead in Historic Corolla
The Currituck Beach Lighthouse, Whalehead in Historic Corolla, and the residents of Corolla are planning a Trunk or Treat event for Creepy in Corolla again this year. Children from all over are invited to visit the Historic Corolla Village for Trick or Treating on Halloween, WEDNESDAY, October 31, 2018, from 6:00 – 8 pm. Adults and businesses are invited to be the “Trunks” again for our THIRD annual event!
Trick-or-Treaters can visit the Currituck Beach Lighthouse to see if any lighthouse keepers of old are willing to share candy, they can walk among the curmudgeonly Corolla Trunk or Treaters for a spook and a surprise, cross the Park’s decrepit, haunted bridge, even knock on the door of Whalehead to see if any 100 year old treats remain inside, hop on a hay ride (…if they come out of the 1925 historic home alive!) and finish with their final knock on the door of Mr. and Mrs. Knight’s Boathouse.
Interested? Click the “Interested” or “Going” button on our Creepy in Corolla 2018 Facebook invite. We’ll use that to communicate about any weather concerns for trick or treaters.
Locals, residents, lovers of scary, and businesses are invited to come with decorated vehicles and candy to spook children in the “Trunk or Treat” spot in the parking lots between the Currituck Beach Lighthouse and the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education. Click here if you’re planning to bring a Trunk or Treat Vehicle. We’ll text you if there are any weather-related changes: https://goo.gl/forms/H4Kfv9l7z7EyHxCk1
This event is for children of all ages, for folks who don’t have trick or treaters at their house but wish they did, local businesses that have goodies to give away to help promote their businesses, and for people who love some spooky fun!
Bring a friend or a neighbor and get creative! DON’T MISS IT!! #CreepyinCorolla2018